Historical Philippine Migrations to Turtle Island by Rebecca Mabanglo-Mayor @ KWAYETSUT

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From the first voyages of the Manila-Acapulco trade route in 1565 to post-Marcos regime immigration, Filipinos have been migrating to Turtle Island in small and large numbers. It has been difficult, however, to trace how those migrations created the first persisting Indi-Pinoy communities. This talk will look at history and the interaction of colonialism both in the Philippines and in North America, and how present day Indi-Pinoy communities have been challenged by issues such as identity, culture, and dis-enrollment. – Rebecca Mabangla-Mayor

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